By the way, Fox's Octomom special was chilling, frightening, unflinching, compelling, eminently watchable television. Crafted in true verite form without narration, editorializing, bells or whistles, it was a chancy two hours of prime time that allowed viewers to judge for themselves while demonstrating clearly there were no network newsmagazine-style deals in place to make Nadya Suleman "look good." And she didn't. Neither did the TMZ-infected "paparazzi" with their cellphone cameras nor the unseen doctor who allowed it all to happen in the first place. The only ones who looked good were the producers-- including Tabloid Baby pal Doug Bruckner-- and Fox reality chief Mike Darnell. Had Octomom: The Incredible Unseen Footage run on HBO, it would surely be up for an Emmy. Had HBO given it a theatrical run, it would be nominated for an Oscar®.